Friday, September 23, 2011

Plasmacar Review and Giveaway


I am so excited to share another great product with you.  The PlasmaCar from PlaSmart is a ride on toy that is made for kids of all ages.  The PlasmaCar, with its sleek and innovative design runs without batteries, pedals, or tricky gears.  It actually run on 100% Kid Power.   You all know that your kiddos have loads of energy, right.   With the PlasmaCar they can burn off some off that energy, get some exercise, and have fun.  As they turn the wheel back and forth, they car will be propel forward through the natural forces of inertia, centrifugal force, gravity, and friction.

The PlasmaCar was a big hit with both of my daughters (and the neighborhood kids).  They loved that it was something new and different.  On their first attempts, they were a little discouraged.  They moved the steering wheel back and forth, but the car wasn't going very fast.  Luckily, the PlasmaCar is made out of such sturdy plastic that I could hop on it and show them how to maneuver the wheel to gain the most speed.   The PlasmaCar can actually hold up to 220 pounds on smooth, flat surfaces and up to 120 pounds on rough, flat surfaces.  Now that they have figured it out, they cruise around the cul de sac with no problem.  The hardest part is getting them to let me have a turn!

I couldn't get the video of of daughter riding the PlasmaCar to upload, but they have a great one for you to check out on their homepage that will show you just how fun and easy it is.  PlasmaCars retail for $69.95, but Amazon has them on sale right now for $54.59.  Thanks to the generous folks at PlaSmart, one lucky Follower of Between the Lines is going to win their very own PlasmaCar!  Good Luck!



45 comments:

Debbie said...

I learned and I really like this tooo!!
Our products are not tested on animals and we strive to use recyclable materials in all our packaging and printed matter.
mommakoala(at)cogeco(dot)ca

Talex said...

Their products are not tested on animals and they strive to use recyclable materials in all their packaging and printed matter.

Me said...

Their products are dermatologist-tested and contain mild, natural ingredients that are effective yet gentle on babies’ and kids’ sensitive skin.

Amy Hollingsworth

BethElderton said...

I learned that PlasmaCar won the Fat Brain Toy Award in the Active Play Category
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katychick said...

supports up to 220 lbs
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fdigsby said...

They are sold at learning express stores

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Maegan Morin said...

I learned that all Coco & Tini products are made from only 100% natural source ingredients.

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debijackson said...

their packaging is from recycled materials
debbie jackson
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Annie1 said...

I like that their products are made from recycled materials and I also love the different toys that they have like the bumper cars game!

ty

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tannawings said...

Well the link there is going to Coco and Tine, I guess I learned there that ingredients are obtained from European and North American sources.
At Plasma Car I learned they are warrantied for 6 months :)

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Denise G said...

We do not and will not use sodium lauryl sulfate or sodium laureth sulfate, parabens, propylene glycol, artificial preservatives or artificial fragrances in any of our products.

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EcoCrazyMom said...

Hi there! I came here looking from a link for a Saturday blog hop, but found this awesome giveaway instead! I would love for you to follow back at http://www.EcoCrazyMom.com, and also add your link to my blog directory under the "bloggers" tab if you'd like. Your blog is fantastic, I'd love to keep in touch!

-Terri

joycemlinek said...

The Plasma Car is for ages 2-8 and it won the Fat Brain Toy Award in the Active Play Category.
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sodahoney said...

I learned that their products are not tested on animals

KentuckyGal said...

I learned that the closest retailer is 52.4 miles away Diamond C Unlimited in Middlesboro. (I also learned that they have a link for map directions, which is good, because I have no idea where that is. *lol*

Kimberly said...

I learned the Plasma Car comes in different colors
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Carol L. said...

Amazing, I found out that the PlasmaCar’s unique and award-winning design requires no batteries, pedals, gears, or electrical parts to propel the car; you simply turn the steering wheel, and away you go! The PlasmaCar harnesses the natural forces of inertia, centrifugal force and friction. Awesome invention.
Carol L
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Allison said...

I learned "the PlasmaCar harnesses the natural forces of inertia, centrifugal force and friction." Cool!
Allibird1 at aol dot com

Frugal in Ohio said...

PlasmaCar can support up to 100 kg (220 pounds) on a flat, smooth surface and it can go up to 10km/h or in the us that is 6mph. Pretty amazing. It also comes with 6 month warranty! Wonderful
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Megan said...

I learned that it can support up to 220 pounds
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Kay M said...

They come in 5 different great colors!

Aura said...

its available in 5 colors yellow blue, red pink and purple

nightowl said...

I learned that it was in 2009: Voted #1 Top Spring and Summer Kids Essentials by disneyfamily.com


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sablelexi said...

I learned that PlaSmart placed 13th on the PROFIT 100 ranking of Canada's fastest-growing companies.

Jennelle S

Julie G. said...

I learned the PlasmaCar harnesses the natural forces of inertia, centrifugal force and friction. Very cool... no batteries needed!

Lmbrunken said...

Holds up to 220 lbs.

Jcompton83 said...

On smooth, flat surfaces, the PlasmaCar can reach an exhilarating, but kid-friendly, speed of up to 6 mph

Cheryl said...

I learned that in 2009 it was voted #1 Top Spring and Summer Kids Essentials by disneyfamily.com :) and that it can hold up to 220lbs n flat surfaces

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Emillie Rose said...

I learned that these are actually not sold in store in my area!
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yuukiimi said...

I learned that the company strays away from producing electronic/battery-operated toys!
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Sherry said...

I learned that it's Now sold on five continents, and in over 50 countries, the PlasmaCar has transcended the “fad” market, and has quickly become a popular staple for retailers and a multi-generational hit with consumers. Built with highly durable plastics, the PlasmaCar can support up to 100 kg (220 pounds) on a flat, smooth surface.

Tabathia said...

I learned that they won the fat brain toy award in the active play category

swedEnesefamily said...

The Plasmacar was introduced in 2003.

jakiesmom said...

i learned they are an iparenting media award winner
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DEBIJOT said...

plasma cars come in several color combinations.

Trista said...

i learned that it can go up to 6mph

Shelly Peterson said...

I learned that PlasmaCar Wins the Fat Brain Toy Award in the Active Play Category!

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Shelly Peterson said...

my previous comment wasnt really about the product, so what I learned is it requires no batteries, pedals, gears, or electrical parts to propel the car; you simply turn the steering wheel, and away you go!

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Abbi said...

PlasmaCar took first place in the Active Play Category in the 2008 annual Fat Brain Toy
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allisonsbj3 said...

I learned that it comes in 5 colors.

Tylerpants said...

Their products have won many awards such as the iParenting Media Award and Oppenheim Toy Portfolio – Gold Seal Award. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

trixx said...

I learned that Plasmart Inc. chooses products that are smart, captivating and enduring!

heartnsoulcooking said...

I learned that the PlasmaCar is warranted against manufacturer defect for 6 months from the date of purchase.
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Francine said...

I learned sold on five continents, and in over 50 countries,

Katrina Brady said...

Interesting that they are made from recycled product. Good to know

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